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The paper illustrates the most commonly used methods for magnetic measurements in beam- guidance magnets for particle accelerators as well as in spectrometer magnets used in particle physics. Short descriptions of the fluxmeter method, the Hall generator, magnetic resonance technique and the fluxgate magnetometer are given. References of historical nature as well as citations of more recent work are indicated. The described methods are complementary and cover most of the needs for measurements in this area. It is mentioned when sensors and associated equipment are commercially available. A few of the more exotic methods are also briefly mentioned. Particular problems related to measurements and definition of field geometry (median plane and magnetic axis) are discussed.
Additionally, this paper contains discussion around magnetic resonance technique, precise mechanical measurement, coil method, magnetic measurements, measurement equipment, measurement method, measuring system, angle, resonance technique, temperature coefficient, particle accelerator, surface, function, median plane measurement, and measurement.